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On The Cinder announce tour dates

NY punks On The Cinder are kicking off their “Just Another Ride” tour beginning August 25th in their hometown of Buffalo.  The band has been hitting the road for the last few years, including a tour that just ended in May. Check out the full list of dates and locations below.

This latest tour is also in support of the band’s latest EP, Caustic, which came out in January on Between The Days Records. After this round of dates, the band plans to hit the studio to finish their full-length album, title TBD, slated to be released in the Spring of 2016.

On The Cinder announce US tour dates

Buffalo, NY punks On The Cinder are headed back out on tour, and if you live east of the Mississippi, you’ll probably get a chance to see them. Check out the full list of dates & locations on the tour poster below.

The Midwest/East Coast tour is in support of the band’s latest EP, Caustic, which came out in January on Between The Days Records. You can download the EP for free here, and check out our review of it right here.

Review: On the Cinder’s new EP, “Caustic”

They say that the backbone of any band is their bass and drums, and the first thing you’ll pick up on when you listen to Caustic, the 3rd EP release from Buffalo’s On the Cinder  is the big focus on drums.  Tyler Rzemek’s quick burst of drums leads you right into “Brothers and Fools,” the first song on their new 3-track EP.  The band cites bands like Authority Zero, A Wilhelm Scream, and The Lawrence Arms as some of their influences, and I wouldn’t argue with that on their earlier releases, but this release is definitely on the harder side.

Keep reading below to get our take on the EP.

On the Cinder releases video for “For the Lost and the Loud”

Buffalo, NY’s On the Cinder just put out a new video for the track “For the Lost and the Loud,” and you can check it out below.

On the Cinder’s guitarist Jason Wright shared some neat info about the video.  The video (which is surprisingly good)  was actually recorded by the band itself.  The basement show at the end of the video was actual footage of a show in the band’s basement, shot long before anyone thought of making a music video.

Wright describes “For the Lost and the Loud” this way:

The song itself was written with the Buffalo underground punk scene in mind.  It’s sort of about creating our own scene and our own community, and the video follows in the same vein with the main character skating from place to place trying to find the right place to call home and the right group of people to call friends and family.  Ultimately it ends it a basement show followed by a campfire with a scene of some friends sitting around and playing some songs around a fire.

On the Cinder is set to release a new 7″ in January via Between the Days Records, and they will embark on a tour of the East Coast and Midwest starting in March.

On The Cinder announce Midwest summer tour

Buffalo punks On The Cinder will be hitting the road for a Midwest tour later this month. Details on when and where you’ll be able to catch them can be found below.

The band last release was their 2013 EP Feed Them To The Children, which is currently available for free download on Bandcamp. They’re planning on releasing a 7-inch this fall through Between The Days Records.